Advanced Sample Clauses

Advanced. Making carved turns on advanced terrain. Ready to discover advanced carving skills, switch riding, moguls or intro to aerials.
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Advanced. Making consistent parallel turns on advanced terrain. Ready to explore all the mountain has to offer by learning the skills and tactics that it takes to ski steeper terrain, moguls and variable snow conditions.
Advanced. The advanced level of providing written interpretation to interpret technical documents and concepts with a client in addition to the skills and abilities required at the Conversational level. The compensation for this level shall be seventy cents ($.70) per hour for all hours worked (regular or overtime).
Advanced. This section provides additional advanced options. In this section, you may adjust the following:  HTTP Sockets – Depending on your internet connection speed, this option may be adjusted to a higher number of sockets to increase the download speed when purchasing images from the online store.  Reindex My Library –Performing this action will re-index the library to ensure corruption or errors may be resolved should you experience any concerns with your library loading properly or being able to use the library’s Search function properly.  Reset Library – This action will remove all images and folders from your library and reset the library back to its original software installation settings.  Image Threshold – This option determines how your computer’s video card handles larger raster images in the program. Another program option not in the Preferences menu is the Software Color Theme button located in the bottom right-hand corner of the software screen. Clicking on this button will cycle through a pre-selected list of color themes for the software’s overall appearance, should you prefer some color other than the default dark grey interface. Right-clicking on this icon will allow you determine the color scheme of the inactive area around your workspace.
Advanced. This section provides additional advanced options. In this section, you may adjust the following: • Restore Factory Defaults – Resets all preferences. • Reindex My Library –Performing this action will re-index the library to ensure corruption or errors may be resolved should you experience any concerns with your library loading properly or being able to use the library’s Search function properly. • Set Library Permissions – Allows library to be properly accessed according to computer account permissions. • Restore Pre-loaded Designs –Restores pre-loaded designs according to the Silhouette model detected. • Reset Library – This action will remove all images and folders from your library and reset the library back to its original software installation settings. • OpenGL Settings – Attends to select display issues. • HTTP Sockets – Depending on your internet connection speed, this option may be adjusted to a higher number of sockets to increase the download speed when purchasing images from the online store. • IME Setting – Allows for typing of non-western characters. • Proxy Settings – Used for proxy connection setups. • Packet Size – Rate at which information is sent to the Silhouette. Another program option not in the Preferences menu is the Software Color Theme button located in the bottom right-hand corner of the software screen. Clicking on this button will cycle through a pre-selected list of color themes for the software’s overall appearance, should you prefer some color other than the default dark grey interface. Circle The Circle Tool allows for the creation of an oval or circle. Holding down the Shift key on your keyboard while drawing will create a circle, while holding down the Alt key on your keyboard will make the initial cursor point where your image is started as the exact center of your object.
Advanced. The advanced level of providing written interpretation to interpret technical documents and concepts with a client (or subject) in addition to the skills and abilities required at the Conversational level. The compensation for this level shall be two hundred dollars ($200.00) per month. Bi-Weekly Pay.
Advanced. Supervision may approve increases before the completion of any period of service or to the next step rate within the pay scale as indicated in Wage and Classification Appendix.
Advanced. An Advanced user has access to most of the program functions, but does not have complete control over the archives, and furthermore cannot access the configuration page of the program.
Advanced. 24x7x365 remote monitoring of the Entitled Device(s) within Customer IT environment using IT Genie’s advanced remote technologies Alerts generated during monitoring are monitored and proactively addressed by automated systems outside of working hours and by both automated systems and qualified technicians during standard working hours. This service level option includes access by email, phone, and any other method provided by IT Genie to the Service Desk as well as quarterly, bi-annually, or annually IT assessment and planning services as needed, and monthly reports e-mailed to the Customer’s designee. The delivery of support services will be governed by device by the Advanced Service Level Agreements as detailed in Appendix A. A complete list of Managed and Additional services is available in Appendix A.
Advanced. In particular, the implementation is tasked with translating textural ele- ments of the form <p>Welcome to <b>Mozilla’s</b> website</p> to say Portuguese, which results in <p>Bem-vindo à página da <b>Mozilla</b></p>. The Bergamot translation server is currently only capable of translating pure text, “a” to “z” and “A” to “Z” along with punctuation. It is not capable of handling HTML tags. So the Firefox browser has to send pure text Welcome to Mozilla’s website to the Bergamot translation server and receive pure text Bem-vindo à página da Mozilla in return and then re-insert the HTML tags. However, a moment’s thought will show that this is impossible for a browser to do when it has no linguistic knowledge, for instance in the form of word alignment between input and translated sentences. In translating “Welcome to Mozilla’s website” to “Bem-vindo à página da Mozilla” the word order changed, “Mozilla” moved to the end, and “Mozilla” is no longer possessive. So, for the browser to re-insert the <b> tag around “Mozilla” it would have to know that word order changes in this sentence and “Mozilla” is no longer possessive. But, as the browser has no linguistic knowledge, this is an impossible task. A possible solution, which we did not implement in this basic integration, is to train the Bergamot translation server to be able to handle HTML tags. So, for example, the browser would then send and receive in return. <p>Welcome to <b>Mozilla’s</b> website</p> <p>Bem-vindo à página da <b>Mozilla</b></p> Another solution is stripping and re-inserting HTML tags into the trans- lated text based on word alignment. The word alignment can be generated with a word aligner, e.g. FastAlign (Xxxx et al., 2013), or on-the-fly during translation, with the latter being preferred as this does not add an extra computational cost.